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SWOCC Curry Campus Offering Basic Computer Classes

December 19, 2017

If you work with community members who don't have basic computer skills, we are happy to let you know that SWOCC Curry Campus is offering a Computer Basics class this winter.  The class will cover basic skills to do a job search, fill out online applications or just to keep in touch with friends and family. The class will meet on Mondays from 2pm-3:30pm for 11 weeks and will cost just $46. Space is limited to 11 students so please call 541-247-2741/541-813-1667 to pre-register.  The class will be offered at the Port Orford Library in the Spring.

 

 

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